The nightlife in London is second to none. Everything you could possibly want is right down the street from where you are staying.

If you are looking for a memorable night on the town in London you just found it.

From top London dance clubs with all types of music to theatre, movies, shopping, pubs, live entertainment, and family fun are all on the menu when the sun goes down in London.

Below we have highlighted some of the fine nightlife activities available to help you plan an exciting night on the town in our capital city, London.

London Nightclubs

The Magnificent Mile – home of Bloomingdale’s, Neiman-Marcus, Marshall Fields, art museums and galleries.

Close to the nightlife district and London’s business and financial centers, located only 30 minutes from O’Hare Airport and 25 minutes from Midway Airport; 5 minutes from McCormick Place, and Navy Pier. Also, many cruises to Europe offers great nightlife.

Night Life and Nightclubs

London Night Life - Aquarium Dance Club

London Aquarium Dance Club

It’s all here: two dance floors, a stage for live gigs, chill-out room, swimming pool and a proper Jacuzzi. The Disney world of clubbing.


London Night Life - Blind Beggar Pub

Blind Beggar Pub
At one time, notorious for gangland crime, the East End of London was home to many criminals – most famously Jack the Ripper, and the Kray twins.


London Night Life - Jerusalem Bar

Jerusalem Bar
A refreshing alternative to Soho’s designer bars, Jerusalem is situated across the Oxford Street border that divides Soho from burgeoning “Noho”.


London Night Life - The King's Head

The King’s Head & Eight Bell
The King’s Head & Eight Bells, steeped in history and tradition, is the sole survivor of the 13 taverns, inns and beerhouses that once stood on Cheyne Walk.


London Night Life - Ministry of Sound

Ministry of Sound
Ministry of Sound – the club – opened in London in September 1991 and has since established a cult following among clubbers worldwide.


London Night Life - The End Dance Club

The End Dance Club
The year was 1995, the hegemony of handbag house having a stranglehold on London’s clubland. Lovers of quality dance music were forced to take shelter in dingy basements and windy warehouses.